China is planning to increase the amount that foreign funds can invest in the Chinese stock market by 25 percent. It it also planning on reducing the lockup periods from one year to three months. If you think China stocks have room to grow, instead of trying to pick which of the stocks are the best buys, you can always choose ETFs as an alternative. ETFs, or Exchange Traded Funds, are similar to mutual funds except that they trade on exchanges like stocks, and usually attempt to track an index. Here are a few ETFs worth looking at with lots of exposure to the Chinese stock market.
Claymore/AlphaShares China Real Estate ( TAO ) It has a goal of tracking the AlphaShares China Real Estate index. The ETF pays a yield of 2.24%
Claymore/AlphaShares China Small Cap ( HAO ) It has a goal of tracking the AlphaShares China Small Cap Index The ETF pays a yield of 0.46%
PowerShares Gldn Dragon Halter USX China ( PGJ ) It has a goal of tracking the Halter USX China index(SM). The ETF pays a yield of 0.86%
SPDR S&P China ( GXC ) It has a goal of tracking the S&P/Citigroup BMI China index The ETF pays a yield of 2.21%
Ultra FTSE/Xinhua China 25 ProShares ( XPP ) It has a goal of tracking twice the daily performance of the FTSE/Xinhua China 25 Index This is a doubly leveraged ETF.
iShares FTSE/Xinhua China 25 Index ( FXI ) It has a goal of tracking the FTSE/Xinhua China 25 index. The ETF pays a yield of 1.40%
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